This course addresses every aspect of the accounting that one might encounter in a farm, ranch, or related business. The intent is to not only explain accounting concepts, but also to provide examples and show how an accounting system can be constructed and operated. The course pays particular attention to unique aspects of agricultural accounting that are not encountered in other industries, including special valuation rules for inventory, hedging transactions, dealing with cooperatives, and recording non-current farm assets. Table of Contents
Delivery Method: Online QAS Self Study.
Advanced Preparation: General knowledge of the accounting for sales, payables, payroll, and fixed assets, as well as the production of financial statements.